Rothihu Tetseo
Dimapur commissioner of police Rothihu Tetseo speaking at the coordination meeting in his office on Wednesday. Image credit - Northeast Now

Dimapur’s new police commissioner Rothihu Tetseo has urged the Hohos, NGOs and the civil societies to extend support to make the commercial capital of Nagaland better.

Police commissioner Tetseo organised a coordination meeting with the Naga Council Dimapur and its tribal affiliates and NGOs in his office conference hall on Wednesday.

The purpose of the meeting was to appeal to the different organisations to work for the betterment of Dimapur district as a team.

He appealed for support and cooperation of the Hohos, NGOs, civil societies for working together as a team for betterment of Dimapur.

In the meeting, Tetseo stressed on the important role the NGOs and the civil societies can play in strengthening and helping the police and the district administration in their efforts for maintaining a peaceful atmosphere.

Terming Dimapur as a mini Indian city, he said it is one of the best places for venturing into business.

He sought support and cooperation from the Hohos, NGOs and the civil societies to work jointly for the betterment of Dimapur.

“Nagaland Police will do the best to maintain peace and provide security to the public of Dimapur and Nagaland in general. I am very positive and will do my best,” the new commissioner of police said.

Representatives from Naga Council Dimapur, Hohos and NGOs also spoke during the meeting and assured of their support and cooperation towards the new police commissioner.

Dimapur additional commissioner of police (ADCP-crime) Relo T Aye presided over the meeting.

Bhadra Gogoi

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